What would pair well with it?
I don't know how creative this is but I usually coat them with ras el hanout and pan sear them and serve with some quinoa or couscous with dried fruit and olives.
I usually do mine like this in the fall/winter"
Otherwise, they would be nice grilled with some asian barbeque sauce and served with a slaw with: cabbage, daikon radish, carrot, onion, mint, soy or fish sauce, garlic, chile paste, and lime.
The ras el hanout idea sounds mouthwatering as well!
I made these last week and they were a big hit: http://www.ian-pix.com...
pork chops with apple cream mustard sauce and brussel sprouts
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